Klamath Falls, Ore. – The first leg of a relay run to raise money for Special Olympics kicked off Thursday morning in Klamath Falls. Police Chief David Henslee said cops and Special Olympians started the run at 6am., “we’re going to ...

Medford, Ore. — A race in tribute to a Rogue Valley runner will be held this weekend. The first annual “Tutu Todd’s 10 Miler” will kick off this Saturday at 9:00 a.m. at the Lithia Park Band Shell. The race ...

Ashland, Ore., — At about 6 p.m. on Highway 66 near mile marker 16,  Green Springs volunteer firefighters say a man severely injured on the Ashland highway was ejected from his car as it rolled. Lanes in both directions were ...

Update (06/27 4:00 p.m.) — Ashland Police have identified a man who they believe told a woman there is a law in Oregon that would allow him to kill her because she is African American. The Ashland Police Department contacted ...

Ashland, Ore. — A new public art installation has finally been chosen with nearly unanimous  approval by the Ashland City Council. Council members voted Tuesday to approve a sculpture by Seattle based artist Susan Zoccola. The piece, called “The Threshold” ...

Medford, Ore., — In just about two weeks we celebrate our Independence Day, and what would the Fourth of July be without fireworks? Firework sales in Jackson County begin tomorrow. Several stands are already up and ready to supply fun ...

Jackson County, Ore. – A woman has died after a rollover crash near Ashland. Oregon State Police rushed to Highway 66 near milepost 10 for a rollover crash. The caller told police a person was had been ejected from the ...

Ashland, Ore. — A federal judge has initially ruled in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s favor in their lawsuit against a former insurance company. OSF filed the suit after smoke from the 2013 fire season forced the company to cancel a ...

Ashland, Ore. — The Southern Oregon University community is in mourning after the tragic death of the school’s former provost. Earl Potter died in a single-vehicle crash Monday night in Minnesota. Potter worked under S.O.U. president Elizabeth Zinser before he ...

Ashland, Ore. — There’s only one more day to cut weeds and grass down to compliance, or you could face a fine. The Ashland Fire Department is reminding residents about the weed abatement ordinance. In preparation for the upcoming fire ...

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